Archives of Maryland
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Henry Stockbridge Jr. (1856-1924)
MSA SC 3520-2139

Born Baltimore, Maryland September 18, 1956; Son of Henry Stockbridge and Fannie Montague Stockbridge; Married Helen Smith of Hadley Massachustts on January 6, 1882. Died March 1924

Baltimore public schools Dr. Edberling's School at Catonsville, Willston Academy, East Hampton, Massachusetts; Amherst College 1877, B.A; University of Maryland School of Law 1878, LL.B

Admitted to the bar, 1878, Worked on the editorial staff of the Baltimore Herald and later with the Baltimore American. Examiner of Equity for the Baltimore Courts 1882-1888. U.S. House of Representatives, Maryland (Fourth District of Baltimore City) (R), 1889-1891, he was the first Republican elected from Baltimore City after the Civil War. Associate Judge of the Supreme Bench of Baltimore City, November 24, 1896 - April 13, 1911; Associate Judge, Maryland Court of Appeals, 1911-1924, appointed by Governor Crothers. From 1899-c.1905 he lectured at the University of Maryland School of Law on International Law, Conflict of Laws Admiralty, Executors and Administrators and Insurance. He also served as Regent, University of Maryland, 1907-1920.

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